David L. Chandler
The approach converts the greenhouse gas into formate, a solid fuel that can be stored indefinitely and could be used to power industries.
Made from inexpensive, abundant materials, an aluminum-sulfur battery could provide low-cost backup storage for renewable energy sources.
Researchers have found a material that can perform much better than silicon in cubic boron arsenide, but finding practical and economic ways to make it remains a challenge.
A new membrane material could make purification of gases significantly more efficient, potentially helping to reduce carbon emissions.
MIT researchers have found a way to make carbon fiber could turn refinery byproducts into high-value, ultralight structural materials for cars, aircraft and spacecraft.
MIT researchers have developed a method for stabilizing the interfaces in solid-state lithium-ion batteries opens new possibilities.
A recent design could speed reaction rates in electrochemical systems for pulling carbon out of power plant emissions, which could improve conversion system efficiency.
An MIT volunteer research team of engineers, physicians, computer scientists and others are carrying on prior work to develop an open-source low-cost ventilator to help hospitals and emergency teams around the world.
An MIT research team has devised a lithium metal anode that could improve the longevity and energy density of future batteries.
Researchers at MIT and China have developed a hybrid cathode that is designed to improve the lifespan of lithium batteries as well as making them lighter and smaller.
MIT researchers have developed a sensor that can monitor wiring in a building or ship, and signal when repairs are needed.